What's on this week at the University of Leicester

Posted by mjs76 at May 06, 2012 09:00 AM |
Events from Monday 7 May to Sunday 13 May 2012.

Monday 7 May 2012

Bank holiday - University closed

Tuesday 8 May 2012


Free lunchtime entertainment from De Montfort University students

Homicidal Crime Across Space and Time. Why are some societies so much more murderous than others?

Public inaugural lecture by Professor Peter King (School of Historical Studies)

Wednesday 9 May 2012

Criminology Postgraduate Open Afternoon

Find out about Masters courses and research degrees in the department. Includes a seminar on 'Casualties of War'.

Symposium on patient and public involvement

One-day event organised by the Foundation for the Sociology of Health and Illness and the University's Research Unit on Civil Society.

Thursday 10 May 2012

The English Castle

Public lecture by Dr Carolyne Larrington (University of Oxford) for the Medieval Research Centre.

Basement Jaxx (DJ set)

Plus I am in Love, Boy Kid Cloud. In aid of the University's Cardiovascular Research Centre Appeal.

Friday 11 May 2012

Games People Play - preview party

Launch of exhibition of sport-inspired media by East Midlands and Indian artists.

The Coull Quartet

Music by Mendelssohn, Shostakovich and Schubert. In association with Embrace Arts.

Saturday 12 May 2012

Adult Learners' Week drop-in session

Find out about opportunities for lifelong learning.

Gardening workshop: Hanging Baskets

Make your own hanging basket. All materials and plants supplied. Advance booking required.

Let's Dance: Signatures - sold out

Showcase of solos and duets by emerging and established artists.

Formal Warning

Plus Amy Can Flyy

Ongoing exhibitions

Games People Play

Sport-inspired media by East Midlands and Indian artists.

Keeping the Peace: 650 years serving the community

Touring exhibition: a fascinating look at the ancient role of the magistrate and the history behind its firm foundation.

The Order of Things

Material from Leicester Arts and Museum Service, curated by Museum Studies postgraduates.

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